self-incriminating

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self-incriminating

[self-in-krim-uh-ney-ting, self-]
adjective
serving to incriminate oneself or to expose oneself to prosecution: self-incriminating testimony.

Origin:
1930–35

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Holliday signed a self-incriminating statement after several hours of interrogation.
He does believe that officers cannot be forced to give statements that may be self-incriminating.
The ban applies whether the confession is self-incriminating or incriminating towards third-parties.
Special agents cannot be compelled to make self-incriminating statements.
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